Tools that support learning conversations
These tried and tested tools guide you in creating and maintaining powerful and effective learning conversations
Build the foundation for successful learning by agreeing on how to work together.
Discover what's vital to bear in mind in your learning conversations.
Find out what is calling for attention to cereate and maintain a better balance.
Focus on this one topic for the learning conversation.
Use this conversation structure to fully engage what's important when taking action on what is calling for change.
Describe and follow up on your main goal and subgoals, with your chosen collaborators and due dates.
These cards simplify deep discussions about what's important in a person's life, in the classroom, at work, in the community etc.
By encouraging someone to select the Values Cards that are relevant to their situation, they quickly see where there might be conflicts between themselves, family and colleagues, and even within themselves.
These cards are simple and powerful, and can be used in a range of learning conversations.
This pack of 40 cards, based on Sir John Whitmore's GROW Model of coaching will guide you in holding good learning conversations first time and every time.
Each pack has ten cards of each of the four types of question.
As a bonus, the GROW cards include 10 tips to remind you where to have your focus when you are speaking.